Conservation and Sustainable Use of Minnesota Forests
Environmental Studies 399, Spring Semester 2006
Lauren Anderson, The Art of Conservation: Nature Photography and the Work of Jim Brandenburg
Beth Assell, Conservation Easements: A Practical Solution to the Problems of Urban Sprawl and Land Fragmentation in Minnesota?
Lindsay Boetcher, Forest Environmental Education.
Dan Borek, Forest Restoration in Southeastern Minnesota.
Berit Bolstad and Deanna Steege, The Ojibwe: An Indigenous Perspective on Minnesota Forests.
Jaime Craig, The Effects of Forest Fragmentation on Wildlife in Minnesota.
Jon Geurts, People, Fire and the BWCA: An Analysis of Social Perceptions of Fire in the North Woods.
Becca Hammargren, The Effects of Recreational Activities on Northern Minnesota Forests.
Becca Hunt, Changes in Land Use and the Biotic Community in the BWCA.
Andrew Jacobson, Superior National Forest Management.
Carly Knoell, Forest Certification: Promoting Well Managed Forests
and Knowledgeable Consumerism.
Ted Koshiol, Econometric Modeling of Forestry Change in Northern Minnesota.
Ross Nielsen, Valuing Natural Resources and the Methods Used in Minnesota.
Emily Osthus, The Canoe Culture in MN.
Diana Ostrowski, The Manitou Forest Collaborative: Implications for Sustainable Forestry in Minnesota.
Keisha Sedlacek, Where Have All the Elm Trees Gone: An Analysis of Dutch Elm Disease in Minnesota.
Kyla Taylor, The Detrimental Effects of Exotic Earthworms on